The Third Breath team, chosen to take over the Odyssée cinema, wants to create a place open to the street and the city. Centered on cinematographic art and social issues, the future municipal cinema must be able to be appropriated by professionals, associations and the public.
And if, to win the public service delegation of the municipal cinema of the City of Strasbourg, the team of the Third Breath had imagined an anti-Odyssey? Finally partially unveiled, the project of this team of fourteen people bringing together talents from the cinema, image, multimedia, arts and television wants to put the municipal cinema back in the heart of Strasbourg, starting from its location, near immediately from Place Kléber.
Noémie Flecher, from the NoJo workshop and member of the association, specifies:
“The entire progress of our project begins with rue des Francs-Bourgeois. We want Strasbourg residents to feel invited to enter the cinema and legitimate to appropriate this place. »
The founding team of the Third Wind
Cécile Becker, Alice Boucereau, Noémie Flecher, Pierre Glista, Étienne Hunsinger, Laëlien Lecerf, Adèle Lhoutellier, Jonathan Metz, Adrien Moerlen, Catherine Mueller, Maud Repiquet, Fabien Texier, Joël Therin and Till Zimmermann.
A cinema open to the city is the watchword of the Third Breath project, which intends to transform itself into a cooperative society of collective interest (SCIC) to walk the talk. Colleges (founders, employees, spectators, partners, etc.) will participate to varying degrees in steering the two structures of the cinema and the bar, themselves cooperatives, while a programming council will be in charge of choosing the cycles and films screened. .